Our communications

We lead a strategic communications programme on human rights and social justice.

Working with our members, charities and NGOs, we tell compelling stories with reach. Stories like His Name is Charles, made with Age UK. Or Nick’s story, with Runnymede.

This programme is known as Equally Ours.

It’s based on detailed research into public attitudes. We identify a strong evidence base – both for our positions, and for how we talk about those positions.  And we use this to create content that works.

Take a look at our guide for communicators, campaigners and policymakers. If you’re in a rush, here’s a one page summary.

And if you’d like to work with us, get in touch. Read on for a few of the ways in which this could happen.


We want to tell more stories with organisations that bring human rights to life. Here are a few that we’ve made so far, with Women’s Aid, Mind and René Cassin.

Consultancy and Advice

We can run internal seminars, provide strategic consultancy and message testing, or speak at your event. Members get discounted rates.


‘It completely changed the way I communicate my organisation’s messages’ – Cat Whitehouse, Pathway

Changing hearts and minds is a huge challenge when we have limited budgets and capacity. Our  strategic communications training can help. Let us know if you’d like an invite to the next one.

As featured in…

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